Sitars? Tabla drums? Violins? What?
The Guardian featured the group in a recent article saying,
The Sachal Studios Orchestra was created by Izzat Majeed, a philanthropist based in London. When Pakistan fell under the dictatorship of General Zia-ul-Haq during the 1980s, Pakistan’s classical music scene fell on hard times. Many musicians were forced into professions they had never imagined — selling clothes, electrical parts, vegetables, etc. Whatever was necessary to get by. Today, many of these musicians have come together in a 60-person orchestra that plays in a state-of-the-art studio, designed partly by Abbey Road sound engineers.
So while we are all so busy trying to get through school, remember you have a long life ahead of you and you need to do something besides work...maybe playing music.
What do you do for fun?